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about how great the stimulus has been yada, yada, yada. i want you to listen to what the vice president said. >> we are turning the great ship of state around, wa wandering out to sea and heading back to port. now look, it's not happening as fast as any of us would like. not fast enough for millions of folks still out of work but there isn't any doubt we're moving in the right direction. >> glenn: there is no doubt. that we are moving in the right direction. there is no doubt. we're headed on the right track. there's no doubt. you know what? can i tell you something? i disagree with that. that may be the understatement of the century. what do you think, america? you don't need an expert. what do you think? what does your gut tell you? are we headed in the right direction? i want you to look at the track records. joe biden and me. try to focus. you know, not on the hair plugs. who has been more accurate? i don't think you need my opinion or joe biden's opinion. read the newspaper. they still print them, believe it or not. do you remember the hindenberg omen i told you about? a technical
old ideas that have never worked. they're standing in the way and wanting to block progress. yada, yada, yada. >> they have not come up with a single solitary new idea to address the challenges of the american people. they don't have a single idea that is different from george bush's ideas. not one. >> glenn: that's right, mr. president. we're dummies. we don't have a single new idea. you know what? republicans, republicans don't have a lot of new ideas. they're a lot of retread ideas. that's why i think mr. president you should talk to these tea party people. they've got some really new ideas they haven't tried in 150 years. of course, now your ideas, your ideas, they're brand new. it wasn't -- when i first heard your ideas about 1848, try to think, when did karl marx write that stuff down? no, seriously. you've got ideas that have unquestionably failed. and failed spectacularly every time they've been tried. i know, i know. just never been done right. broken economy after broken economy. continent after continent. millions dead. you know, i don't know that it can be done right.
they get elected, how many people are they, you know, yada, yada. we should be looking for people with the right ideas. my feeling right now is the country is in trouble, and i don't see a political solution because i think we are too divided. i think both parties have sold their souls and, you know, our founders, if you read their speeches and you read their documents and their letters to each other, when they founded our country they all said it would happen if the people turned from god. so, let's take them as people who knew what they were talking about. what do you say we give the whole let's turn back to god thing a try and see what happens? >> chris: glenn, we want to thank you so much for talking with us at the end of a very long day. thank you, sir. >> thank you, chris. >> chris: up next, more bad economic news. is there anything democrats can do to change the outlook before november? we'll talk with our sunday group, when we come right back. after 18 months i have never been more confident that our nation is headed in the right direction. we are doing what is needed to m
.m. eastern. >>> love that will be with you always. sincerely, ya-da, ya-da, ya-da. >> that's marvelous. how did you think of that so fast? >> i send it to you on your birthday. excuse me, i have something in my eye. >> okay, as the voice of several characters, including mr. burns and smithers on the simpson's, he has made all of us laugh for decades. now harry scherer is getting serious. his new documentary on hurricane katrina is what we're talking about on our "what matters" segment. scherer's film, "the big uneasy" look at the army corps of engineers and how they helped. >> great to see you. thanks for the time. >> thank you, sir. >> well, what was the impulse, harry, for you to begin the work on this documentary? >> it was a moment in time. i was watching president obama's town hall meeting in new orleans last october, and he said in passing that what happened to new orleans was a natural disaster. and everybody who lives in new orleans knows, thanks to two independent teams of investigators, that this was, in terms of one of the teams, the worst man-made engineering catastrophe since c
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